The Alumni

Hamilton Ventures: A new network ­for entrepreneurs

Less than a year old, Hamilton Ventures — an independent association supporting Hamiltonians and others closely connected to the College who are involved in new enterprises — has already made a dramatic mark on the entrepreneurial landscape, hosting a recent symposium at the United Nations, honoring a series of Hamilton and Kirkland graduates for innovation and leadership, and helping hundreds of alumni to navigate a challenging ­financial era. More ...

At USDA, Tom Vilsack '72 will play crucial policy role

Tom Vilsack '72 started the most recent election season in November 2006 as the first of many Democratic presidential hopefuls. He ended it 26 months later as incoming President Barack Obama's secretary of agriculture. While it's not quite the White House residency Vilsack and his wife, Christie Bell Vilsack K'72, once hoped for, he may ultimately "have more sway over U.S. greenhouse gas emissions than anyone" on Obama's so-called energy "dream team," Lee Schipper of the University of California at Berkeley told The New York Times. More ...

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Editor, Hamilton Alumni Review
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Clinton, NY 13323
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